Retirement Homes in Kent

Price / ft2
Price / ft2
343 £
562 £
343 £ 562 £
Bedrooms
Bedrooms
Studios
0 projects
1BR
4 projects
2BR
7 projects
3BR
2 projects
4+ BR
0 projects
Houses
1 development
Сompletion of construction
Сompletion of construction
Finished
12 projects
Delivery in 2024+
4 projects
Retirement Homes
Buying Schemes
Help to Buy
45 projects
Retirement Homes
15 projects
15 developments

What is a Retirement Home in Kent?

Retirement homes are specialized housing for seniors who may need help with daily chores. These can be apartment buildings or cottage townships offering additional services such as house cleaning, washing clothes, cooking, entertainment activities, and more. Also, on the territory of such pension communities, you can find gardens, gyms, beauty salons, and more. Older people can start living in such a house at different ages, including 55, 60, 70 and more. You can purchase a place on a lease basis or private property. There are a variety of retirement properties for sale in Kent to suit the different needs of retirees. 

What are the pros and cons of buying a retirement home in Kent?

Retirement properties provide an excellent opportunity to live with like-minded neighbours, have a wide choice of entertainment, and get access to various types of help. But you should weigh up the advantages and disadvantages before moving into one of the retirement homes in Kent.

ProsCons
+ Protection of life and health- Expensiveness
+ Quality medical care- Insulation of retirees
+ Autonomous life- Unsuitable surrounding
+ Various facilities- Not enough personnel
+ Stable daily routine- Resale problems
+ Help with daily routine- Small homes
+ Communication 
+ Life with your partner 

Who is eligible for retirement homes in Kent?

It is essential to understand that retirement houses are built exclusively for retirees and older people. That is, housebuilders set a specific age limit for their tenants, for example, 55, 60, 70 years old. So when you want to buy such a house and choose a retirement property for sale in Kent, make sure that you or the future tenant is age-appropriate. Also, consider what additional services are available in the selected retirement community and whether they meet all of your needs.    

How to choose a retirement home in Kent?

You need to do a little research to find the perfect retirement home among the many options on offer. Pay attention to the developer first. The company needs to be reliable, so you need to consider its experience, look at the portfolio, get acquainted with professional awards and read customer reviews. Then, once you've found a reliable home builder, take a closer look at their retirement homes. You can use Korter for this purpose, as our platform provides information on prices and construction status. Also, on the website, you can see floor plans and images of residential complexes in Kent. In addition, there is a detailed description of the property, including information about the location and available infrastructure.

Tips for Finding a Retirement Property

To make it simpler to find your future home, use some tips as a large number of retirement homes for sale in Kent can be confusing.

  1. Hire an experienced realtor.
  2. Collect information.
  3. Think about your needs.
  4. Decide on rent or purchase.
  5. Choose a small house.
  6. Visit retirement properties.
  7. Think about the countryside.

Popular locations for Retirement Homes

FAQ

  • At what age should you buy a retirement home?

Developers themselves set the age limit for their residential complexes. Usually, retirement homes are for people over 55.

  • Can I bring my pet with me?

Most houses for retirees are pet friendly, but it is better to check this question with the developer in advance. Also, some residential complexes provide dog walking services.

  • Can I buy a 55+ home for my parents?

You can buy real estate for your parents, provided that one of the residents in the retirement home is over 55. For example, if your dad is 55+ and your mom is 50, she can live in the house with her husband as long as he does.

  • Can anyone live in a retirement property?

These houses are usually intended for people over 55 years old. Therefore, regardless of whether you are retired or still working, you can live in a retirement home as long as your age meets the requirement.

  • Can anyone buy a retirement property?

Everyone can buy a home in a retirement residential complex, but it is essential to meet specific age limits. Actually, retirement property is sold to people over 55 years old.

  • Are retirement properties a good idea?

A structured environment is one of the many overlooked benefits of living in a retirement home because people need quality care and support as they age, especially those who are mentally or physically challenged. A structured environment ensures quality and happy life. Therefore, retirement property is an excellent way to start living in a new way, freely and with the support of like-minded people.

  • Can I get a mortgage on a retirement property?

Potentially, you may purchase a retirement home with a mortgage. Despite the fact that many large mortgage companies refuse borrowers over a certain age or demand to pay off the loan when they reach a certain age, some mortgage brokers provide loans to people up to 90 years old.